Some Reasons That You Might Possibly Need to Contact an Emergency Plumber Are:
A broken pipe is one of the examples of a plumbing emergency that can leave severe damage around your home. Thankfully, having a pipe actually break is relatively rare. However, the circumstances that cause a broken pipe happen fairly regularly. These include clogs causing mounting pressure on the walls of the pipe causing the pipe to break, and tree roots actually merging to the inside of the pipes and expanding the pipe until it cracks and breaks. During the crisis, the cause of the broken pipe is irrelevant, all that matters is that you have a trained plumbing professional there to help repair it – for that, you need to call Duncan Plumbing.
When it’s a minor one, a blocked drain is an annoyance. But, when it’s severe and can’t be undone a blocked drain can quickly escalate into an emergency situation. Especially if the clog is causing wastewater to back up and sewage to flood your yard or your home. A few reasons that a drain might get blocked up are overflowing downspouts, a failure in your sump pump, and tree roots that have grown directly into your drainage system.
Backed Up Toilets
The toilet is one of the most relied upon appliances in your home – and when it’s not working it can make for a very bad day. If your toilet is always running or has reoccurring clogs, leaks, and overflows, or it doesn’t flush powerfully, then the situation may call for more than just a plunger. Anytime you have a toilet-related plumbing emergency in your home, contact Duncan Plumbing!